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Most Recent Articles: March 2013

March 31, 2013

47% Will Attend Religious Service to Celebrate Easter

March 30, 2013

24% Think Poverty Very Severe in U.S.

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

March 29, 2013

2013 World Series Champion is Anyone’s Guess

64% Believe Jesus Christ Rose From the Dead

Americans Favor Work Over Welfare As Response to Poverty

Cats vs. Dingoes By Froma Harrop

What Happens After Immigrants Arrive Is Important, Too By Scott Rasmussen

March 28, 2013

Fans Tap Louisville As Eventual NCAA Champs

58% Favor Building the Keystone XL Oil Pipeline

64% Think Too Many Are Dependent on Government Aid

Without Fear or Favor: the Heresies and Vindications of Anthony Lewis, 1927 to 2013 By Joe Conason

Republicans Grow Less Hawkish in Wake of Iraq War By Michael Barone

55% Want Government to Deport Those Who Overstay Their Visas

March 27, 2013

33% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

40% Give Obama Positive Marks on Job Creation

68% Say Bigger Problem in Law Enforcement Is Too Many Criminals Are Released

45% Say Sequester Didn’t Cut Government Spending Enough

61% Favor Immigration Reform With English As Official Language

Imperial Washington By John Stossel

March 26, 2013

49% Worry Government Won't Do Enough to Help Economy

To Become U.S. Citizen, 54% Say Drop Previous Citizenship

Just 20% Think U.S. Public Schools Provide World-Class Education

12% Say Sequester Cuts Have Hurt Them in a Major Way

44% See U.S. Justice System As Fair, 40% Disagree

Often You Don't Need a Doctor By Froma Harrop

March 25, 2013

Generic Congressional Ballot: Democrats 43%, Republicans 38%

73% Think States Should Set Guest Worker Limits

59% Favor Death Penalty

52% Think U.S. Should Have Stayed Out of Iraq

New Census Data Show People Go Where the Money Is By Michael Barone

50% View Health Care Law Unfavorably

March 24, 2013

68% Believe Legal Immigration Is Good for America

March 23, 2013

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

55% Think Government Should Let ‘Too Big To Fail’ Banks Go Bust

March 22, 2013

New High: 28% Say Now’s a Good Time to Sell A House

Plurality Believes Federal Deposit Insurance Limits Should Be Less than $250,000

64% of Immigration Reform Supporters Put Border Control First

Probing Intentions in the Cyber-fog By Froma Harrop

It's Time To Bust Up the Big Banks By Scott Rasmussen

March 21, 2013

48% Feel Connected to A National Political Party

Voters Again Trust GOP More Than Democrats on Economy

Republicans Must Show Support for Hispanic Dreams By Michael Barone

50% Favor Breaking Up Nation’s Largest Banks

Multi-Member Districts: Just A Thing of the Past? By Thomas F. Schaller

The Newsmaker Memo: an Interview With AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka By Joe Conason

59% Think Federal Budget Deficit Is Too Big

March 20, 2013

31% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction

41% Rather Have Deficit with Lower Taxes, Spending

65% Say Struggling Homeowners Should Downsize

71% Favor Proof of Citizenship Before Allowing Voter Registration

The Blob That Ate Children: A Commentary By John Stossel

16% Think Budget Can Be Balanced Without Spending Cuts

March 19, 2013

52% Say Home Worth More Than What They Owe

46% Oppose Single-Payer Health Care System

55% Feel Connected to Their Hometown

Comforting Words for Young Workers: A Commentary By Froma Harrop

7% Think Balanced Budget Very Likely In Next 10 Years

Voters Unhappy With Both Ryan and Murray Budget Plans

March 18, 2013

Generic Congressional Ballot: Democrats 43%, Republicans 38%

43% See President Obama as Very Liberal

Americans Feel Most Connected to Their Families

35% View Paul Ryan Favorably, 54% Unfavorably

Support for Same-sex Marriage Crosses Party Lines By Michael Barone

45% Want Their Governors To Help Implement Health Care Law, 45% Don’t

March 17, 2013

41% Will Wear Green to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

March 16, 2013

65% Say Arrival of Spring Lifts Their Spirits

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

March 15, 2013

46% View Biden Favorably, 48% Don’t

Voters Are More Critical of Obama on National Security

Reid, Boehner Are Disliked by One-Out-of-Two Voters

The Silliness of Demographic Panic: A Commentary By Froma Harrop

Beware of the New Elites: A Commentary By Scott Rasmussen

March 14, 2013

45% Expect Higher Interest Rates In A Year

68% of GOP Voters Have Favorable View of Jeb Bush

GOP Voters Give Rand Paul Much Higher Marks Than McCain, Graham

Ryan's Blurred Vision: What the 'New' Republican Budget Reveals (and Conceals) By Joe Conason

86% Are Paying Higher Grocery Bills Than A Year Ago

Cardinals Would Be Wise to Ignore Journalists' Advice By Michael Barone

March 13, 2013

29% Say U.S. Heading In Right Direction

46% Give Obama Poor Marks for Deficit Reduction

53% Are Now Confident in Nation’s Banks

35% Think Traffic Cameras Reduce Speeding

Frack to the Future By John Stossel

March 12, 2013

35% Think Obama Too Confrontational

63% of Working Americans Consider Themselves Middle Class

Most Americans Reject Bloomberg Ban on Big Soft Drinks

9% Think North Korean Nuclear Attack on U.S. Very Likely

62% Think U.S. Economy Fair to Blacks, Hispanics

Harvard Profs Steamed at Opened Emails: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

March 11, 2013

Generic Congressional Ballot: Democrats 43%, Republicans 40%

36% Think Radiation From Japanese Nuclear Disaster Hurt the U.S.

37% Think Current Employer Is Best Chance for Advancement

12% Like Job Senate Is Doing, 19% Say Same of House

Obama Flails as Republicans Stand Firm on Sequester By Michael Barone

45% Favor President's Health Care Law, Most Want More Consumer Choice

VIDEO: Megan McArdle Discusses How America's Elites Are Rigging the Rules

March 10, 2013

Obama Earns Low Marks on Taxes and Spending

39% Think Government Should Help Fight Childhood Obesity

March 9, 2013

Fewer See the Purpose of Daylight Saving Time

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

March 8, 2013

Just 23% Think Feds Should Regulate What School Kids Eat

35% Think U.S. Economy Fair to Middle Class

6% View Hugo Chavez Favorably

Health Care Law Now Faces Biggest Challenge: American Consumers By Scott Rasmussen

Eventually Sequester Will Cause Real Pain -- And Among First to Suffer Will Be Hungry Children By Joe Conason

March 7, 2013

Voters Are Slightly More Aware of New Treasury Secretary

67% Favor Limits on Drone Use

22% Favor Eliminating All Deductions To Lower Income Tax Rates

63% Think Congress Can Always Make Things Worse

Spending Cuts May Be Answer to Slow Economic Growth By Michael Barone

Some Taxes up, and the Sky's Still There By Froma Harrop

41% Recognize Simpson-Bowles Commission Focused On Deficit Cutting

March 6, 2013

28% Say U.S. Heading In Right Direction

59% Say It’s No Longer Possible To Work Hard and Get Rich in U.S.

8% Think Congress Is Doing A Good or Excellent Job

58% Worry That Government Spending Won’t Be Cut Enough

Sequester: Not Even a Cut By John Stossel

50% Favor Everyone Paying Same Share of Income in Taxes

March 5, 2013

50% Think Spending Increases Hurt The Economy

20% Think Stock Market Will Be Higher A Year From Now

Rasmussen Employment Index Dips Two Points in February

38% Have Filed Their Income Taxes Already

Is the Sequester That Awful?: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

42% Think Sequester Didn’t Cut Government Spending Enough

March 4, 2013

Generic Congressional Ballot: Democrats 43%, Republicans 40%

New Low: 25% Say U.S. Economy Will Be Stronger In One Year

35% Support U.S. Aid For Syrian Rebels

44% Think Sequester Will Have No Impact or a Positive One on Their Lives

54% Think U.S. Heath Care System Likely to Worsen Over Next Couple Years

For Obama, Politics Always Trumps Governing By Michael Barone

March 3, 2013

Americans Feel Most Connected to A Local Religious Group

March 2, 2013

What They Told Us: Reviewing Last Week’s Key Polls

51% Rate Obama's Handling of National Security As Good or Excellent

March 1, 2013

Obama’s Monthly Approval Down One Point in February

79% Put Emphasis on Accuracy Over Justice in Journalism

52% Want More Gun Control Laws; 10% Favor Handgun Ban

How to Live Long Is Everybody's Guess By Froma Harrop

65% Say Ban Lobbyists for Firms That Live Off Government

Let's Speak Plain English About Spending Cuts By Scott Rasmussen


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